Edinburgh Napier University Pod Media Library https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/ Edinburgh Napier University Pod Media Library en-us Small Steps through Big Data AF Event - Dr Richard Kyle https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/13350 Fri, 11 May 2018 12:15:32 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/13350 Stroke Workshop Description Not Provided. https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/13349 Fri, 11 May 2018 11:58:59 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/13349 Nursing Mobility Experiences Final year Adult Nursing students tell us about their mobility experiences. https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/13320 Tue, 08 May 2018 10:34:10 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/13320 Test This is a test. RM https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/13314 Tue, 08 May 2018 09:57:21 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/13314 The demography of Edinburgh in historical context This screencast provides an introduction to the historical demography of Edinburgh. https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/12820 Mon, 09 Apr 2018 11:13:17 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/12820 Poverty and inequalities: implications for practice In this screencast, part of a series on population health for practice, poverty and inequalities are considered. The contention is made that these issues are widely prevalent across societies globally. Health and social care practitioners are well placed to make a difference. Homelessness (in its widest sense) is a case in point and is used as a case study. https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/12760 Thu, 29 Mar 2018 17:37:37 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/12760 What might be done to address population level health issues and what contribution can practitioners make? Practice can contribute to addressing large-scale population issues. In this screencast, inequalities in cancer survival are considered with regard to the role of health care practitioners. It is suggested that notable contributions can be made through addressing health literacy, advocacy, and enabling effective use of screening programmes. https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/12422 Mon, 05 Mar 2018 16:38:07 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/12422 APR Assessment Info Presentation PowerPoint presentation detailing assessment details for APR module https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/12067 Wed, 07 Feb 2018 14:58:06 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/12067 Cross-sectional studies and Randomised Controlled Trials - what insights can they provide to population health? The two study designs introduced in this screencast are perhaps opposite extremes. Cross-sectional studies are relatively straightforward and excellent at providing a basis for estimates of prevalence. They're explanatory power is, however, limited. Randomised Controlled Trials on excellent for assessing effectiveness of interventions. The two designs provide a good basis for understanding epidemiological approaches. https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/12020 Mon, 05 Feb 2018 19:10:26 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/12020 Cross-sectional studies and Randomised Controlled Trials - what insights can they provide to population health? The two study designs introduced in this screencast are perhaps opposite extremes. Cross-sectional studies are relatively straightforward and excellent at providing a basis for estimates of prevalence. They're explanatory power is, however, limited. Randomised Controlled Trials on excellent for assessing effectiveness of interventions. The two designs provide a good basis for understanding epidemiological approaches. https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/12019 Mon, 05 Feb 2018 18:33:17 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/12019 How can Observational Studies facilitate understanding of population health and associated interventions? This screencast provides an introduction to observational studies (also known as cohort or longitudinal studies). These studies provide invaluable insight into risk factors, and likewise factors that are protective. As such, they provide concrete evidence as to the wider determinants of health. Understanding the principles behind the approach is invaluable to engaging with population health. https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/11979 Wed, 31 Jan 2018 16:05:08 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/11979 Robert Wright Update of portfolio https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/11950 Tue, 30 Jan 2018 13:56:32 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/11950 Introduction to Neonatal Cardiology Dr. Kenneth Khor Senior Registrar in Paediatrics https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/11937 Tue, 30 Jan 2018 08:57:15 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/11937 Bob Wright Bob Wright portfolio update https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/11922 Mon, 29 Jan 2018 09:45:41 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/11922 Introduction to Research Methods Caroline Hollins-Martin, 22nd January 2018 https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/11921 Fri, 26 Jan 2018 14:51:40 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/11921 Staff Bulletin Sara Chrzaszcz Update on Senior Leadership Team portfolio https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/11898 Wed, 24 Jan 2018 14:59:37 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/11898 Anne's Case Anne's Case was performed by Students from the School of Health and Social Care at Serenity Café in November 2017. It tells the true story of one woman's experience of 'dis-integrated' care. https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/11836 Tue, 16 Jan 2018 12:03:54 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/11836 Mad, Bad, Invisible Trailer Short excerpts from the play Mad, Bad, Invisible performed at Serenity Cafe November 2017 https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/11832 Tue, 16 Jan 2018 11:18:02 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/11832 Evaluation of Anne's Case What needs to change? https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/11802 Thu, 11 Jan 2018 12:26:35 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/11802 Evaluation of Anne's Case What needs to change? https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/11800 Thu, 11 Jan 2018 12:20:19 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/11800 Population health for practice - module overview This screencast provides an overview of the module Moodle site. In so doing, it will introduce you to the material available to facilitate your studies and stimulate your theory-practice imagination. It will also provide an understanding as to the format of the module. https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/11772 Fri, 05 Jan 2018 06:35:30 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/11772 Population health for practice - an overview This screencast provides an overview of the module Moodle site. In so doing, it will introduce you to the material available to facilitate your studies and stimulate your theory-practice imagination. It will also provide an understanding as to the format of the module. https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/11767 Thu, 04 Jan 2018 15:59:12 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/11767 What are the key measures used in population health? Epidemiologists and demographers use various different measures in measuring health, and for assessing the effects of exposure to different risks. In this screencast, some of the most widely used indicators are introduced. Whilst by no means a comprehensive list, those measures touched on provide a basis for a deeper exploration of population health. https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/11746 Fri, 22 Dec 2017 15:46:49 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/11746 How can statistics facilitate population health enquiry? The basis of statistics are considered using a study of people previously diagnosed with cancer as a basis. Descriptive and analytical statistics are discussed and their value to practitioners reflected on. https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/11627 Tue, 12 Dec 2017 12:51:34 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/11627 Data for population health In this screencast, data sources used in population health are discussed. The contention is made that understanding data can better enable research in the subject to be understood. It can also enable an understanding of those to whom practitioners provide care. https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/11542 Mon, 04 Dec 2017 13:15:49 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/11542 What is the practitioner’s role in population health? Population health may seem something beyond the remit of most healthcare practitioners. In this unit, Dr Iain Atherton argues that everyone's practice impinges on the wider determinants of health. Recognising the potential of practice will, he suggests, encourage and enable interventions and practice that can make a difference beyond the immediacy of the acute presenting condition. https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/11364 Tue, 21 Nov 2017 19:04:45 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/11364 Defining population health In this screencast, I introduce the ideas of population health. I set out its definition and put forward the contention that we cannot understand people's health without taking into account their temporal, spatial and social contexts - in other words, without taking into account population health. https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/11325 Wed, 15 Nov 2017 16:49:25 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/11325 TURAS Final Version Video on logging into TURAS and accessing My Learning Record for students on Critical Perspectives of Adult Health B Theory 5B https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/11079 Wed, 18 Oct 2017 20:50:46 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/11079 Understanding the Ununderstandable This public lecture was about listening very carefully as a therapeutic intervention. The better you listen to someone the more likely it is that you will understand them. If you understand them you are more likely to be able to help them. Professor Austyn Snowden and associate Professor Mick Fleming first discuss some examples of this, and in particular discuss Karl Jaspers, one of the first psychiatrists to attempt to really understand people suffering delusions in the early twentieth century. Austyn then introduces the Scottish PROM, a five-item measure of spiritual care he created along with his chaplain colleagues in Scotland. The Scottish PROM is now used worldwide to help chaplains understand the needs of their patients and the impact of their interventions. Results show that when with a chaplain, ‘being able to talk about what was on my mind’ is the single most important element of anyone’s recovery. Austyn and Mick then respond to a series of questions from the audience. https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/10994 Thu, 12 Oct 2017 15:54:11 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/10994 Child Protection for 2a 2017 Child Protection lecture preparation for practice for first year nurses https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/10983 Wed, 11 Oct 2017 17:39:52 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/10983 Welcome to Module 4A A short guide to the module https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/10630 Thu, 31 Aug 2017 15:46:07 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/10630 Welcome to Moodle- APR 2017 overview of the module site for APR https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/10627 Thu, 31 Aug 2017 12:07:19 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/10627 Moodle Overview for PREBP 2017 overview of moodle site for students https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/10626 Thu, 31 Aug 2017 12:04:25 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/10626 Population health for nurses - an introduction In this podcast, I argue that we, as nurses, have a role to play in addressing population health. I use the example of persistent and enduring inequalities as a basis for thinking through the implications for nursing care. https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/10603 Fri, 25 Aug 2017 16:54:47 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/10603 An introduction to statistics 3 In this final podcast in the series, I work through an example of a paper that reports on the findings of a study that has used statistical methods. These methods are similar to those described in the previous edition. Hence they provide an opportunity to really embed your understanding of important ideas such as Confidence Intervals and p-values. https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/10598 Fri, 25 Aug 2017 13:43:49 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/10598 An introduction to statistics 2 In this podcast, I provide a very brief introduction to the ideas that lie behind statistical methods. https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/10597 Fri, 25 Aug 2017 12:27:58 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/10597 An introduction to statistics 1 In this short podcast, I think through why research is so important to enabling the best possible nursing care. https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/10596 Fri, 25 Aug 2017 11:55:37 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/10596 Improving Outcomes for High-Risk Infants & Children The PuP Program Sharon Dawe, Griffith University, Queensland, Australia https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/10455 Tue, 01 Aug 2017 11:40:42 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/10455 International Week 2017 Testimonials Testimonials and thoughts from attendees of the first ever School of Health and Social Care International Week The purpose of the week was to showcase the work of the School of Health and Social Care and present international advances in teaching, practice and research. https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/10399 Fri, 07 Jul 2017 08:50:01 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/10399 REF - rating papers In this podcast, Dr Iain Atherton talks with Professor Roger Watson about how papers are rated, and implications for developing research and writing-up outputs. Music: Olde Timey Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/9504 Tue, 07 Feb 2017 21:10:56 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/9504 Patient Feedback Research Study Dr Carol Gray Brunton talks to Dr Rhona Hogg from NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde about her study exploring patient feedback. https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/9495 Mon, 06 Feb 2017 17:01:32 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/9495 Practice Portfolio Development Practice Portfolio Development module NUR07107 https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/9449 Tue, 31 Jan 2017 15:10:30 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/9449 Mark's intro video Intro video for Risk to Reality https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/9439 Mon, 30 Jan 2017 12:11:20 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/9439 Mark intro video Intro video for Risk to Reality https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/9437 Mon, 30 Jan 2017 12:06:22 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/9437 WBL Portfolio Q & A session 2017 WBL Portfolio Q & A session 2017 https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/9406 Wed, 25 Jan 2017 17:30:35 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/9406 Jonathan Chick Professorial Lecture (Short Version) January 2017 Our view of addiction shapes the help we offer. While Finnish addiction therapists tend to see drinking to excess as intentional, French specialists tend to emphasise the addictive power of alcohol. Professor Chick reflects on 40 years in alcohol research and treatment. Alcohol remains our drug of choice in Scotland. But for some, the freedom to choose lessens. Can a non-judgemental dialogue nudge their decision-making, or had the brain been altered as burgeoning neuropharmacological research claims? Professor Chick was a leading researcher in the addiction field for a number of years and has been published extensively in peer-reviewed journals. He is currently the chief editor of Alcohol and Alcoholism, which is the official journal of the Medical Council on Alcohol. Professor Chick is an elected member of the scientific council of the Societe Francaise d'Alcoologie and is a member of the board of trustees of the General Services Office of Alcoholics Anonymous in the UK. https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/9381 Fri, 20 Jan 2017 14:35:21 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/9381 Jonathan Chick Professorial Lecture January 2017 Our view of addiction shapes the help we offer. While Finnish addiction therapists tend to see drinking to excess as intentional, French specialists tend to emphasise the addictive power of alcohol. Professor Chick reflects on 40 years in alcohol research and treatment. Alcohol remains our drug of choice in Scotland. But for some, the freedom to choose lessens. Can a non-judgemental dialogue nudge their decision-making, or had the brain been altered as burgeoning neuropharmacological research claims? Professor Chick was a leading researcher in the addiction field for a number of years and has been published extensively in peer-reviewed journals. He is currently the chief editor of Alcohol and Alcoholism, which is the official journal of the Medical Council on Alcohol. Professor Chick is an elected member of the scientific council of the Societe Francaise d'Alcoologie and is a member of the board of trustees of the General Services Office of Alcoholics Anonymous in the UK. https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/9373 Thu, 19 Jan 2017 08:34:33 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/9373 Introduction to the OAR- BN (Child Health)- 2016 Screencast explaining how to use and complete the Scottish-wide On-going Achievement Record (OAR) for the BN (Child Health) programme which commenced in September 2016. https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/9372 Wed, 18 Jan 2017 15:58:17 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/9372 New Programme- Child Health Nursing- 2016 Screencast to introduce the new BN (Child Health) Programme, which commenced in September 2016. https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/9371 Wed, 18 Jan 2017 15:47:23 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/9371 How To Enter The Elluminate Live Classroom This is a video is attached to Further Education and International Student Transition to Edinburgh Napier University: supporting the journey with technology Final Report by Karen Campbell https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/123 Tue, 25 Oct 2011 14:20:30 GMT https://onlinevideo.napier.ac.uk/Play/123